With Long.Live.A$AP finally on shelves, A$AP Rocky’s hit the promotional trail with the force of a rogue asteroid.

The Harlem rapper’s latest engagement was a rite-of-passage appearance on the Late Show With David Letterman, and he left no stop unpulled. The performance is essentially two mad set-pieces rolled into one: Rocky performs a portion of the album’s title track whilst sitting in an ersatz gold throne, then rattles through the Skrillex-produced ‘Wild For The Night’ backed by the (somewhat unnecessary) triumvirate of A-Trak, araabMUZIK and DJ Clark Kent. All daft as a brush, but a good example of Rocky’s winning chutzpah at work. Click below to watch [via Pitchfork]



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